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Poster: cmkompare Date: Apr 30, 2013 7:11pm
Forum: web Subject: Digital preservation questions

Does the Internet Archive/Wayback Machine have a process for auto recovery plan in place? What does it look like?

Also, I am curious about redundant file creation and storage. Are redundant files created by the Wayback Machine for preservation purposes? Are there multiples of the files stored in geographically dispersed locations?

Any help would be appreciated - thanks!